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Ancho (Poblano) Hot Pepper
Ancho (Poblano) hot peppers are various stages of maturity.
Ancho (Poblano) Hot Pepper
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75 days — The four inch long fruit are medium walled, tapered to a blunt point, and wrinkled with dark green skin that turns a deep red color at maturity. They are mildly hot (1,000 to 1,500 Scoville Units) with a sweet taste. 

Known as 'Poblano' peppers when used fresh, stuffed or roasted, they are called 'Ancho' peppers after being dried. Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 30 seeds.
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Makes delicious chili rellenos
I only wish I had planted more. My favorite chili as far as flavor. Now that I know what kind of yields to expect, I'll plant twice as many for drying.
Reviewed by: Jesse Pagan from Pulaski, VA. on 2/13/2018
Very tasty
It took almost five months from planting date, but it made up for it by producing in the cold. When my other pepper plants were dropping blossoms in 50 degree weather, this plant continued to give me fruit. The only other pepper plant I have had produce in those temperatures was the purple bell pepper (also from Victory Seeds®). Not quite as productive as the bell peppers. Two Pablano plants produced less than each single bell pepper plant.
Reviewed by: Amber Schooley from Pomona, CA. on 3/3/2015
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